We understand that with everything going on in the world right now feelings of grief and anxiety are amplified. Douch Family Funeral Directors has served your community for over 11 decades and we stand ready to help you now. During this time of uncertainty, we will remain open and our experienced, caring staff will continue assisting families during this critical time. To help families during this unpredictable time, where the COVID-19 virus regulations changing funerals, we have condensed all the necessary information you need to know into a guide.
Please follow the links below for the current information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. If you require any more information or help please don’t hesitate to contact one of our branches.
- Overall Coronavirus Update
- Travel to Funerals
- Bereavement and Social Groups
- Bournemouth & Poole Crematorium Funeral Regulations
- Weymouth Crematorium Funeral Regulations
- The Church of England COVID-19 Update
The process for Registering the death has changed during the COVID Emergency. With a ban on face to face meetings, registration will now take place over the phone or online.
We have created this helpful document to prepare you for the questions the registrar will ask you.
Our Ceremony Rooms are still able for use at our Parkstone, Blandford and Corfe Mullen branches for Funerals and Thanksgiving services.
With a maximum of only two gatherings per day, it provides a relaxed and private alternative to a public building during this time of uncertainties.
With our fully managed audio-visual facilities, including the option for recording the service for those unable to attend. Our ceremony rooms (followed by an unattended cremation) are comparable to a traditional cremation fee.
We also are able to hold funerals at The Italian Villa located within the gardens of Compton Acres in Poole.
Simply ask us for more details or click here.